"Im-ply at Vivid space SF
I am happy to announce I will be in a group show at Vivid space SF. Opening Thursday, February 15th at 6 PM - 9 PM. Ill be showing with artists Daniel Barron Corrlaes & Fukuko Harris.
The show will be open until March 16th!
Vivid Space is at:
2420 India St, San Diego, CA 92101-1211, United States
Come by and say hi!
ATM Cigarettes Flowers Lottery/God Bless Deli 2
I will be in a group show "ATM Cigarettes Flowers Lottery/God Bless Deli 2" at
Space Heater Gallery
Opening Friday, September 29, 2017 at 7 PM - 10 PM.
Space Heater gallery is at 1283 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11207
ATM Cigarettes Flowers Lottery / God Bless Deli 2 takes place simultaneously at two Brooklyn galleries: Wayfarers Gallery (1109 Dekalb ave) and Space Heater Gallery (1283 Bushwick ave). An interactive scavenger hunt will take place on opening night, leading visitors through bodegas on a search for artwork, as they walk from one gallery to the other.
Curated by Yael Azoulay, Sam Robinson, and Ali Shrago-Spechler
ATM Cigarettes Flowers Lottery / God Bless Deli 2 explores the dynamic of the bodega aesthetically and theoretically. Bodegas feed addiction and desire, providing sustenance in the form of Philly Cheesesteaks, honey buns, lottery tickets, pantyhose, condoms, and ramen. Their accessibility and uniformity allows for consistency and shelter and camaraderie- 24 hours a day. Each bodega takes on the unique form and identity of its owners, employees, customers, and surrounding neighborhoods, resulting in a bodega is as rich and culturally diverse as it's visitors. In contrast with large, sterile supermarkets that supply us with necessities, the bodega- often intimate and quaint- houses many of our guilty pleasures and nostalgic inclinations. The artists involved take a variety of approaches to the theme; some consider the formal and tactile relationships with the bodega itself, while others look at the changing socio-economic landscapes of New York City, and the shift that gentrification implies for locally-owned bodegas.
Interview in ARTiculeACTION
Check out this interview with me about my art practice
Formless Threads / Stratified Dimensions @ Falcon Power Gallery
Exhibition: Formless Threads / Stratified Dimensions
Venue: Falcon Power West
Address: 1414 Grand St, Gr Fl, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Opening Reception: Tuesday, June 28, 2016 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Open every Thursday 5:00 – 9:00 pm through September
Falcon Power presents Formless Threads / Stratified Dimensions, a curated exhibition documenting the uneasy balance between chaos and order. Complex growth is entwined with precarious futures and timeless dimensions in paintings by Tim Daly and Roy Kinzer, and a site-specific installation by KC Tidemand.
The exhibition runs from June 28 – September 10, 2016 (open Tuesday evenings and by appointment), and presents a study into the nature of urban rhythms, complexities, architectural structure and unreal dimensions. The result is art that resonates with personal meaning and historic perspective.
Curated by Roy Kinzer, Formless Threads / Stratified Dimensions offers an opportunity to view each artist’s unique insight and practice.
This exhibition is supported by 1414 Grand Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Falcon Power West
201.736.3205 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergence: New works by KC Tidemand
I am happy to announce my first solo show in NYC on June 10th!
Emergence: New Works by KC Tidemand
Curated by Jung Hee Mun
Rabbit Hole Gallery - 33 Washington Street, Dumbo Brooklyn, NYC
Emergence: New Works by KC Tidemand is an exhibition referencing the modern limbo we face in the technological tundra. It is composed solely of two-dimensional works center around the traditional subject of the landscape. Flourishing future cities and machinery are depicted within desolate environments. With the artist's background in installation, these flat landscapes verge on the three-dimensional by virtue of how they are installed in the space. The show consists of two photographic pieces, two oil paintings, a large drawing on paper, a hand-etched Plexi piece, and a drawn textile with metal detailing. Although they vary in material and process, they all share a visual language and a barren, yet abundant nature.
Meticulously made and prepared, these pieces serve as much as a timeline as a depiction of space. The tradition of mapping is a central theme throughout the exhibition, with the change from hand drawn maps to computerized GPS systems being opposing influences in the artworks. Each piece has its own schema with data given, as well as withheld, creating a dual characteristic of absences and abundance of information speckled through the gallery space. The viewer is left to fill out the blanks and imagine what should be presented. Playing with our imaginations and sentiments towards a dystopian future Tidemand’s work mirrors the twenty-first-century status: a space between automation and manual labor, reconciling the gap through her laborious and often monotonous processes. Her art disrupts the flow found in the industrial and mechanical by her distinct and persistent use of the human hand. This, in turn, produces a dichotomy in the work, between the soft and hard, blurred and sharp. Tidemand shows how repetitive yet unique mark making creates a universe onto itself, a series of information all beautifully rendered in an ordered mess. Emergence refers both to our deepest fear and highest hopes for the growing interchangeability between the individual and the technological landscape surrounding them.
KC Tidemand (b.1988) is an artist and educator, originally from Norway. She received her Bachelor's degree in Studio Art and Philosophy from Skidmore College and her Masters in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in NYC in 2015. Tidemand’s artwork deals with the notion of production and expansion, drawing influence from the polarity between reductive and emergent systems; where the former is characterized by its hierarchical networks while the latter is a decentralized web of connectivity. Using these two different systems as a tableau for the work, she plays with the limits of their visual properties and through this, explores how they affect our behavior, through liberation or restriction. Tidemand is a founding member of Art Theory Project; an art collective focused on bringing a contemporary art dialogue to the local communities and schools in NYC. She has shown internationally, including several galleries in Norway and the United States. She is currently living and working in New York City.
Jung Hee Mun (b.1983) is an artist, educator and independent curator based in New York City. Mun earned her Master’s degree in Fine Arts with a focus in an interdisciplinary practice from School of Visual Arts in NYC and Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in printmaking from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Mun’s recent work includes interactive projection, participatory performance, video, and photography. Mun explores issues of identity, violence, information infrastructure and sociopolitical ideologies in forms of fictions and dreams triggered by her identity as a Korean-American. Mun served as a cultural ambassador for Department for Culture & Creative Development of the city of San Antonio, Texas. She is a founding member of Art Theory Project, an art collective focused on connecting local communities with local artists by organizing art classes, exhibitions, and lectures. Mun’s works are in a collection of the University of Texas at San Antonio. She is currently living and working in NYC.
Bedford and Bowery write up
A rather beautifully written piece about my emergence installation at El Museo at SVA.
written by Seph Rodney
artfcity.com wrote a little go-see about ElMuseo@SVA
Check out this little write up about the group show ElMuseo@SVA that I am a part of.
El Barrio Museo @ SVA group show
Upcoming show January 16 2016!
elmuseo@SVA represents a coming together of two New York institutions: El Museo del Barrio and the School of Visual Arts. Founded by artist Raphael Montanez Ortiz and local activists, parents and teachers in East Harlem, El Museo del Barrio’s original mission was to support the art and culture of Puerto Rico. By the early 1970s that mission expanded to include all of Latin America and Latino communities in the Unites States. The work on view in the exhibition explores the aesthetic and thematic affinities of these different but like-minded communities. In the words of curator Aranda-Alvarado: “At various stages of their careers, the artists in the show act as contemporary anthropologists gathering objects or inspiration from the urban landscape, engaging with issues around migration and the body, exploring space and architecture, tradition and craft.”
On view in the SVA Chelsea Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, with an opening reception on Thursday, January 21 from 6-8pm.
There will be a panel discussion in the gallery with curator Rocio Aranda-Avarado and artists Manuel Acevedo, K.C. Tidemand, Denise Treizman and Alejandro Guzman on Tuesday, February 16 from 6-7:30pm.
Show at the Living Gallery
I will be in the BYO show at the Living Gallery in Brooklyn. Come by November 30 from 6-9pm
1094 broadway, BK, NY 112221
showing at Lorimoto Gallery
Lorimoto is pleased to present our first ever large scale holiday salon show
"Open Call" is an inclusive show of over 300 small works by over 300 artists.
Open Saturday & Sunday 1-6pm through December 20th
16-23 Hancock St. Ridgewood, NY 11385
Pop up show at Cloying Parlor, 309 Jefferson st, Brooklyn, NYC
December 6-7 2014
Juried show at Ramfjord Gallery
Juried show showing my work from 21. juni - 13. juli 2014 at Ramfjord Gallery in Oslo, Norway
Four of my art works are in a group show called "Social Senses" in NYC.
"School of Visual Arts presents “Social Senses,” an exhibition of photography, sculpture and drawings by current students and recent alumni featuring works that critique contemporary culture. Curated by Richard Brooks, assistant director of SVA Galleries, the exhibition will be on view Tuesday, August 12, through Saturday, September 13, at the SVA Gramercy Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, New York City."
Check it out!
Ung Figurative Høst - Eidsvoll Ullensaker Blad
A little mention about the exhibition in the local paper
Ung Figurative Høst @ Festiviteten Gallery
I am in a group show at Festiviteten Galleri, at Eidsvol Vœrk, Norway. It will be running until the 15th of December 2013, so please visit, its only 45 minutes from Oslo ;)
Moving to NYC
I am moving to NYC to start my two year Masters in Fine Arts at SVA.
See you there!
Generation C magazine
I have my first online exhibition at Generation C magazine.
"Technological Disorder/ Natural order"
Generation C Check it out here:|
I am participating in Oslo Open 2013, April 20 until April 21.
here is the website for more info.
osloopen.no/ Oslo Open|